For the other setting available on CPDL in G flat Major (no opus number), click here. Organ 8 f Tan tum-er go-sa cra-men--tum ve ne-re-mur-cer Cresc. 87. Tantum Ergo is the last two stanzas from the Eucharistic Hymn (Pange Lingua) composed by St. Thomas Aquinas and is used at Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Edition notes: alphabetized under Tantum: verses 1, 5 & 6 are underlaid. It is part of his longer hymn, hymn Pange Lingua. Academia.edu is a platform for academics to share research papers. Latín. Bruckner's next settings are the 4 Tantum ergo, WAB 41 (1846, revised 1888), Tantum ergo, WAB 42 (1846, revised 1888) and Tantum ergo, WAB 44 (1854 ca.). - - - nu-i-et pp an-15 Cresc pp ti-quum-do cu-Cresc. * PDF • “Tantum Ergo” (Organ Accompaniment) —S T T HOMAS is the “normal” melody for Tantum Ergo Sacramentum (“Down in Adoration Falling”). Fauré composed at least two settings of the Tantum ergo. It is usually prayed as a chant or a song during Adoration and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. These last two verses are sung during veneration and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament in the Roman Catholic Church and other churches that practice this devotion. Title: Pange lingua - Tantum ergo Composer: Anonymous (Gregorian chant) Number of voices: 1v Voicing: Unison Genre: Sacred, Hymn, Chant, Eucharistic song Meter: 87. Tantum Ergo Sacramentum (Studying the Latin of this Text) Verse 1 Strict Translation Tantum1 ergo2 sacramentum3 Therefore, so great a sacrament Veneremur4 cernui5: Let us venerate with bowed heads Et antiquum documentum76 And may the ancient document The response and the prayer at the end is a later addition used at Benediction. Tantum Ergo Sacramentum was written by St. Thomas Aquinas. The O Salutaris and Tantum ergo are recorded by Patrick Russill and the London Oratory Choir on the CD Jesu Dulcis Memoria (Herald HAVPCD 298, 2004). In this beautiful prayer, we recognize God for Who He … Music files. 87. Tantum ergo del himno 'Pange lingua' para Corpus Christi Gregoriano cra men Sa tum Tan go er tum i: nu cer ve mur re ne men cu do tum et quum ti an i: tu ri no dat ce vo men - - - men-tum-no f vo-ce dat Dim - - - Music for Benediction These accompaniments were taken from the Brébeuf hymnal, which carefully lays out each verse of every hymn in the most magnificent way. [PDF + MP3 (digital sound)] - All instrument - Baroque * License : Public Domain - Tantum ergo are the opening words of the last two verses of Pange Lingua, a Mediaeval Latin hymn written by St Thomas Aquinas. Bruckner's first setting of the Tantum ergo Tantum ergo, WAB 32, was composed in the fall of 1845. Tantum ergo Sacraméntum, Venerémur cérnui: Et antíquum documentum Novo cedat rítui; Præstet fides suppleméntum Sénsuum deféctui. Ref no MM101 - £2.00 plus postage (US $3.75 plus shipping - orders over $10.00 with free shipping) Sample PDF here . Genitori Genitóque, F YOU WERE FORCED TO SIT DOWN and take an examination—from memory only—do you think you could write out a literal translation of the “Tantum Ergo,” which you have undoubtedly sung zillions of times for Benediction? Arranger: Abel Di Marco (optional harmonization) General Information.